Organized Course

  • Fire Services Act 1988 (Act 341)
  • Compounding Procedure
  • Fire Certificate
  • Premises Inspection Procedures
  • Fire Hazard Elimination
  • Basic Fire Investigation
  • Secondary Fire Investigation
  • Preparation of Investigation Paper
  • Prosecution

Public and Private courses

Course Name: Forensic Science (Fire Investigation)
Cost: Operated by the University Sains Malaysia and Investigation Division Fire and Rescue Department
Conditions of entry: Students Year 3 Forensic Science University Sains Malaysia (Kubang Kerian) Kelantan

Course Content

  • Failure Analysis and Analytical tools
  • Incendiary Fires
  • Fire Safety Measures
  • Basic Fire Investigation Methodology
  • Fire investigation in Malaysia
  • Demonstration and practice of fire investigation
  • A visit to the lab fire penyiaatan
  • Collecting including practical fire investigation of physical evidence
  • Instrumental analysis of physical evidence in laboratory
  • Presentation of the investigation

Recognizing the role of the main input to the implementation of tasks Fire and Rescue Department (JBPM) under section 5, this program emphasizes the development of positive attitudes towards the tasks efficiently and effectively. The program is also designed to provide an opportunity for fire officials to self-development through effective training.

Investigation Division, Fire and Rescue Headquarters play a major role in the implementation of programs for the accuracy of input to achieve the objectives and functions of each part of the Fire and Rescue Department.

The main goal of the program is increasing the PPUN Ability in understanding and be undergoing fire-fighting Terms and Conditions of in terms of management and enforcement of Act 341. To achieve this, several activities such as courses, workshops, seminars and advisory services provided to all Officers in the department. Addition to the activities undertaken as well as some practical exercises and review the course module improvements.

Program of study law at the School of Law (PPUN) focuses on the roles and responsibilities for all aspects of legislation that authorized by the Fire Services Act 1988 (Act 341) In particular, legal and other relevant legislation in general. To achieve this focus, the implementation of the course is the most important approach for adding and improving fire control officers in terms of knowledge and skills. Mastering the interpretation provisions of each Section and the rules are the basis of the enforcement act.